"Last week's LinuxWorld Expo in San Francisco was surreal. If you walked in the front door of Moscone's North Hall and looked at only
the brand names of the biggest booths on the floor, you might think you were at Comdex '85 or PC Expo '92. Clustered together in
sprawling booths at the center of the floor were IBM, HP, Sun, Intel and AMD. All of them were filled with upbeat business folk, talking
business trash, showing off third-party stuff and doing deals. For a suitwatcher like me, it was like pulling the trawler over a school of
tuna." More at Linux Journal.
August 22, 2002